Celia smiled and went on, "How do you make a speciality of limpets?"
Look at the limpets and mussels on the roof: this must be shut right in at every tide.
Limpets,” says a gentleman near, “are the boys in the middle school.
Limpets, mussels, and other shell-fish were found in great abundance.
They were timid as sheep and ignorant as limpets; that was all.
We stretched upon the tiles as close as limpets and as silent.
Tommy, of course, slithered down over the limpets in the ordinary way.
They had been obliged to live for weeks, as the Indians do, on limpets and clams only.
He returned searching among the rocks for sea-urchins and limpets.
She appeared to be covered with limpets, and mould and moss clung to her as to a rock.